Special #3: Live Fangirling at Caleb Hunt

This is an off-the-cuff recording of Lella, Kitty-chan, and their friend Jess at the Grand Theater performance of Caleb Hunt, Private Eye / Greatest Hits. Live fangirling before, during intermission, and after the performance.

Warning: Because of the way this episode was recorded, there is background noise which cannot be filtered out.

Addendum: While Kitty mentioned her concerns that there might be large copyright cuts for the DVD release of the revue, it seems no sound or footage was replaced or removed for the actual release.

Links
:
Caleb Hunt, Private Eye / Greatest Hits @ takawiki
Shonichi video @ youtube
tumblr photo posts: (1) (2) (3) (4) (5) (6)
The wallpaper:

Takarasiennes:
Sagiri Seina ‘Chigi’ @takawiki
Sakihi Miyu @takawiki
Nozomi Fuuto ‘Daimon’ @takawiki
Ayakaze Sakina ‘Saki’ @takawiki
Ayanagi Shou ‘Shousama’ @takawiki

Glossary:
ijou desu. (以上です): The end.
subarashii (素晴しい): wonderful
shonichi (初日): the first day of performances

2 thoughts on “Special #3: Live Fangirling at Caleb Hunt”

  1. Ahh I saw this live as well, how nice would it be if I get to go with you guys. I brought my non-zuka fan friends to see it. I was quite nervous whether they’d like or not it because they don’t really understand Japanese and the whole thing is a bit alien to them. Thank god they loved the revue part.

    I loved the revue too, especially the dramatic scene with Daimon. I didn’t hate the play, but I didn’t love it either.

    1. We are quite near Mura, so please tell us if you are planning on going sometime! We are usually up for toujitsuken on weekends if we don’t have any prior plans. ^^

      I felt that Caleb Hunt is a play that I will be able to enjoy a lot more when I can watch it on DVD and look up vocab. XDD I still need to work a lot on my Japanese and I felt that some bits were flying past me despite it following a pretty formulaic plotline. But Greatest Hits is a very good time to be had by all. XDD Such fun!

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